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In US Bishops’ Debate, Archbishop Chaput Defends Prioritizing Fight Against Abortion

By Matt Hadro/CNA | BALTIMORE — The U.S. Catholic bishops approved a letter to supplement their voting document on Tuesday — but not without controversy during debate on the “preeminent priority” of...

Strong Economy and Catholic Outlook Lead to Poland’s Expanded International Role

By Victor Gaetan | The Law and Justice Party (PiS) has governed Poland since 2015 and retained control of the powerful Sejm, the lower house of Poland’s parliament, in mid-October parliamentary elections....

Cardinal Sarah’s Guide to the New Counter-Reformation, Honoring Jesus Through Mary, and More!

By Tito Edwards | Cardinal Sarah’s Guide to the New Counter-Reformation – Michael Warren Davis at Crisis Magazine +1 Honoring Jesus Through Mary: 7 Things You May Not Know – Birgit Jones at Catholic...

Holy See Won’t Attend Summit Marking 25 Years Since Cairo Conference

By Edward Pentin | The Holy See has announced it won’t be taking part in a summit on population and development this week in Nairobi, Kenya, that is to mainly focus on population control, gender...

Don’t Despair: Hope Is Found in Church’s Faithful, a Rock-Solid Stratum

By Janet E. Smith | When I was teaching at the University of Dallas, sometime in the mid-1990s, it hit me that I was now teaching a very different kind of student, the likes of which I had not seen...

Archbishop José Gomez Elected President of US Bishops’ Conference

By JD Flynn/CNA | WASHINGTON — When he became a priest four decades ago, Archbishop José Gomez did not expect that he would one day lead the largest archdiocese in the U.S., or the country’s bishops’...

Blessed Sacrament Stolen From Texas Catholic Parish

By Catholic News Agency | EL PASO, Texas —The pastor of a Catholic parish in El Paso, Texas, is calling for prayer and reparation after a tabernacle containing the Eucharist was stolen from the...

The Dual Meaning of Light

By Marge Fenelon | I had a ton of work piled on my desk and a handful of writing deadlines looming. Unfortunately, my lax creativity didn’t give a hoot about what needed to get done — I was void of even so much as an inkling. I...

God’s Zero-Waste Plan: Prayers, Works, Joys and Sufferings

By Susan Klemond | The secular culture has its own list of deadly sins and prominent on that list is waste. Every child learns the new ‘three Rs’ — reduce, reuse, recycle. We’re now used to sorting what we previously put out on...

Pope Francis: Theology in ‘Dialogue With Cultures’ Renews Humanity

By Hannah Brockhaus/CNA | VATICAN CITY — When theology and philosophy engage with cultures in creative ways, they become a powerful tool for renewing humanity with the word of God, Pope Francis said...